Teacher day 05/09/2017

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On September 5th, we all celebrate the birthday of our former President Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan as "Teacher's Day". Dr. Radhakrishnan was a great philosopher and teacher. He once said - "I am the first teacher, and then I am the president.

Radhakrishnan was born on September 5, 1888 in Tirunutam of Tamil Nadu. Radhakrishnan was brilliant in his childhood. In 1906, he received master's degree in Philosophy from Madras College. His professor was very impressed by the invention he prepared for his Master's degree when he was only twenty years old. His discovery was published at the age of twenty. He did not like the subject of philosophy, but his distant brother, who was studying in his school and college, gave books to philosophers Radhakrishnan. Radhakrishnan went to study time to spend time and in this way he went on to become a philanthropist. In 1909 Radhakrishna started his career as a professor of philosophy. Along with his college work, he also did writing work. In some contemporary magazines he wrote articles on philosophy. His first book was 'The Philosophy of Rabindranath Tagore'. In 1926, at the Harvard University, he represented Calcutta University in the International Congress of Philosophy. When India freed in 1947, he was acting as a representative of India at UNESCO. When he was India's ambassador to the Soviet Union from 1949 to 1952 In 1952, his appointment was made as the President of India. When he became President of India, his friends and students were shown enthusiasm to celebrate his birthday.

However, Radhakrishnan suggested to celebrate his birthday as a teacher. Since then, his birthday is celebrated as a teacher in India. Dr. Radhakrishnan was honored with some British and Indian elite for his service. In 1954 he was honored with Bharat Ratna. In 1975, Oxford University awarded him the Templeton Award. He gave all the money he received in the charity to the university. Since then, Oxford University in 1989 In the memory of Radhakrishnan, we started giving scholarships

Dr. Radhakrishnan is known as the Philosopher President of the country. Years ago Philosopher Plato wrote that the ideal state is called where the king is philosophical. Dr. Radhakrishnan has proved to be a bit more realistic because he became President. Radhakrishnan was born in 1888 in the religious city of Andhra Pradesh, Tirum. His father Sarvapalli Viraswamy and mother Sitamma were poor Brahmins. According to the tradition of South India, the entire word in its name is in fact the name of the village. Years ago his ancestors lived in this village

His progress was very straight-line. After reaching the vice chancellor in the country, he was a 6-year Visiting Professor at Oxford University. There he taught Hindu religion. Meanwhile, Indira Gandhi, MP Bhupesh Gupta and Israel's Yogela Alon, who had been the deputy minister of Israel, were students likeClick
In 1948, he became the Chairman of UNESCO. Krishna became India's ambassador to Russia in 1949. The dictator Joseph Schlein was not ready to meet anyone. But Radhakrishnan got twice. He said to Krishna, who was at power by using aggression and force, that there was a king who had achieved a powerful authority even after that, and then there was a turning back to Kalinga. The whole world is surprised by the two visits of Saltin-Krishnan. Radhakrishnan was called in India in 1952 due to the need of a competent vice-president. From here he reached India's highest position. In 1954, he was given the Bharat Ratna. In 1962, he took oath as the President of India and reduced his salary as President to Rs 2 thousand rupees. As noted earlier, he had worldwide fame. As a result, when he arrived in the United States, he was honored to join the helicopter directly into the White House. In this way, when he arrived in the White House, he was the first foreigner. In the final days, they were going to forget a lot. Health also had serious problems. In that condition, they left for the morning on April 17, 1975, for the first time in the morning

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